Any real estate investor should feel thoroughly inspired by this year’s BRW 200 Rich List. More than a quarter of this year’s list comprised individuals whose wealth was accumulated through property investment. Read More
From July 1, 2016, vendors of all Australian property (both residential and commercial) valued at more than $2 million will be required to obtain a clearance certificate from the Australian Tax Read More
The latest Briefing Brisbane Industrial report from Savills Research Queensland has been released, revealing that sales volumes for Brisbane industrial property have reached a new high since peaking in 2008.
According to CBRE’s Investor Intentions Survey 2016, Australia has moved to the top of the list for cross border investors in the Asia Pacific region.
JLL’s latest Annual Office Investment Report reveals that transaction volumes for the Australian office investment market exceeded the $15 billion mark in 2014 and 2015, showing the depth of liquidity in the sector and demand for core assets.
Most property investors in Australia feel comfortable investing in residential property – after all we all live in homes so it’s familiar territory. If you are serious about investing in property, however, it’s wise to broaden your options and look at commercial investments as an alternative or addition to your portfolio.